Thursday, September 16, 2010

Another day another product review -Snapit screen capture

Hi,

don't think I'm just becoming the "Digieus B*tch" - but they've offered me another product free for review (If you want to test /review and can write a few words on your blog you can get a free download too - just e-mail Julia at julia.taylor@digeus.com)


This product is another cracker -easy to load and use; I reckon if you're doing technical documentation it'd really be the business - what it does is make screen capturing really simple so imagine you're writing a PC manual and want to describe the functionality few captures bung a few words in -job done.


It's got all you need to enable you to easily capture anything on the screen including windows, menus,

and
full screen, rectangular regions,
web pages


you can take shots of moving images. it supports hotkeys, auto-saving, and clipboard
best of all it automatically copies screenshots to the clipboard giving proper windows functionality (Ctrl C Ctrl V etc).

For example I find a webpage with the image I want. I just hit the "print screen key" (next to the f12 on your keyboard) - define what I want (put a rectangel round it) and then paste into a word document 9from the clipboard) it is as easy as the Jackson 5 would have said as "1,2 3" .. ABC etc .

You've got the ability to save files in the regular standards including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF formats.


I've put a few images in here that I used the Snapit on.


More as I find out the full details - you can check it out here !!




Here's another grab from a great news story!
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